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Rare Freehold Residences In the City.




One is ensconced in greenery with condo units surrounded by landscaped gardens and foliage. Be ready to immerse in nature with the dense canopy of trees in the development and vast skyline of the sea over the future Greater Southern Waterfront where residences starts from Levels 23 to 45


A nature-filled architecture that is rich in various types of greenery, but also equipped with technology. Newport Residences will provide  you with relaxing escape from bustling city life yet within the city


You will be connected to 3 MRT Stations along the East-West and Circle Line. Prince Edward,  Tanjong Pagar and Maxwell MRT Stations provides you seamless connection to attractions, schools and job centres within the district.


Established schools around Newport Residences, such as Cantonment Primary School and Singapore Management University, Nanyang School of Fine Arts, or Lasalle College of Arts are within 10 mins train ride away.


Located within the Central Business District and Marina Bay Financial Centre and upcoming Greater Southern Waterfront, Newport Residences provides opportunities for everyone to gather for living, learning, working, and playing


With the CBD at your doorstep, let your heart beat with the city as it offers all its wonders and attractions to you. And with the latest CBD Incentive Scheme to rejuvenate the area, with more round-the-clock life and excitement, there is no better place and time to enjoy it all than now at Newport Residences



Newport Residences Location Map

Source: Cdl


Project Name Newport Plaza (铂海综合大厦) – Overall Development Name
Newport Tower (铂海中心) – Office and F&B Component
Newport Residences (铂海峰) – Residential Component
District District 02 (Downtown Core Planning Area)
Plot Ratio 5.6
Site Area/GFA Approximately 5,091.2 sqm / 54,802 sqft
Tenure Freehold
Total Number of Units 246
Address 80 Anson Road Singapore 079907
Unit Types 1 to 4-bedrooms & Super Penthouse in Brochure & Floor Plan
Developer Hong Leong Properties Pte Limited (A Wholly owned subsidiary of City Developments Limited)
Designed Architect Nikken Sekkei Ltd
Expected Date of Vacant Possession 1 March 2030
Housing Developer’s License No. to be confirmed
Expected Date of Legal Completion to be confirmed
Expected Date of Preview Showflat opening Soon.
Register to view Showflat or to receive official information


With the CBD at your doorstep, let your heart beat with the city as it offers all it's wonders and attractions to you. And with the latest proposal to rejuvenate the area, including Marina Bay, with more round-the-clock life and excitement, there is no better place and time to enjoy it all than now at Newport Residences

Fuji Xerox Towers, Newport Residences, Newport Towers, Newport Plaza



Fuji Xerox Towers is located at Tanjong Pagar, District 2 in Singapore. Formerly known as IBM Towers, Fuji Xerox Towers is a premium office tower bordered by four roads – Tanjong Pagar Road, Bernam Street, Keppel Road and Anson Road.

At the southernmost tip of Singapore’s Central Business District, Tanjong Pagar is a unique location with an interesting mix of new, modern and old world charm.

Primarily high-rise skyscrapers such as offices, hotels, conserved shophouses, you can find local hawker centres, markets and a diverse mix of private and public housing, such as Altez and The Pinnacle at Duxton.

Guoco Tower, located above Tanjong Pagar MRT, is currently the tallest building (284m) in Singapore to-date but will be overtaken by a swanky new skyscraper Skywaters Residences at 305m in 2028.

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The Grand Vision of Newport Residences: Your Future Home

Tanjong Pagar area has undergone a fascinating revitalisation throughout the years, with the latest addition such as Guoco Tower (2016), Frasers Tower (2018) and 79 Robinson Road (2020).

Three years ago, URA introduced the CBD Incentive Scheme that incentives building owners to turn older offices into mixed-use developments, including hotels, residential, and creative lifestyle possibilities.

URA unveiled the scheme in an effort to spur owners of older, mostly office buildings in certain parts of the CBD to convert their properties to mixed-use projects.

Given planning intent to bring a greater mixture of uses into the CBD, and encourage the development of more residential spaces within central areas, the URA suggested building owners to consider alternate land-use zonings, such as commercial and residential (at least 60% of the GFA should be residential, with up to 40% being for commercial uses).

Mixed-use developments would feature amenities such as hotels, apartments, gyms, food shops, restaurants, etc.

When completed, mixed-use developments will offer greater diversity in uses, allow for better connectivity, and provide for more intimate, human-friendly environments, such that Singapore’s not just going to be a work destination, it is going to be a lively place to live and play.

Making Singapore’s central business district more desirable to live and work is on city planner’s agenda. That demand has only grown more pressing after the pandemic – so has the need for more housing to accommodate the growing population.

Plans to attract new residents and businesses to the neighbourhood involve adding more amenities like grocery stores and cafes, as well as encouraging a livelier scene of bars and restaurants.

City Developments Limited, is among real estate firms that are aggressively refurbishing older buildings in Singapore’s financial districts, with projects like the CanningHill Piers at Clarke Quay, former Liang Court and Central Mall in Magazine Road, Clarke Quay.

In keeping with this approach, the firm is set to move ahead with redevelopment of the Fuji Xerox Tower into an integrated development consisting of Grade A Offices, retail mall and high-end residential development – Newport Residences, a new urban renewal concept that shapes the next generation of Work, Live & Play.

Newport Residences, Newport Tower, Newport Plaza Facade Artist Impression

Experience the Future of Luxurious Living Today at Tomorrow’s Most Favorable Address – Newport Residences

Welcome to Tanjong Pagar’s finest. Located just across from the site of former Tanjong Pagar PSA Port is the upcoming Great South Waterfront.

Enjoy a unique view of the skyline from your 1 to 4-bedroom apartments, and explore beautifully landscaped grounds stretching over several hundreds of picturesque acres.

With two MRT stations just steps away, island-wide commutes around the island via the East-West, Circle or the new Thomson-East Coast Line cannot get much easier and quicker. (Check out the new Maxwell and Shenton Way MRT Stations on the TEL Line)

Ew15 Tanjong Pagar Mrt

The luxurious homes in Newport Residences feature an unprecedented array of incredible amenities, from modern fitness & sports facilities, rooftop decks, and resident lounges, among others.

The apartment interiors are designed with you in mind, featuring spacious layouts, exceptional views, and carefully selected fixtures and finishes. There is not a better place to call home.

Your new playground by the sea: Greater Southern Waterfront

The Greater Southern Waterfront, stretching from Pasir Panjang to Gardens by the Bay East, is set to become the new main gateway to Singapore’s south coast. The Greater Southern Waterfront will be six times larger than Marina Bay, with 30km of southern shoreline.

The transformation plans, which include the Keppel Club, Mt. Faber, and former Pasir Panjang power station, will gradually unfold, turning the Greater Southern Waterfront into a gateway and an urban residential area.

The Greater Southern Waterfront of Singapore will take place in phases, starting with the Keppel Club, the former Pasir Panjang Power District, Mount Faber, and the Pasir Panjang Linear Park within the next ten years.

National Development Minister Desmond Lee added that plans are also underway to convert former buildings of the Pasir Panjang Power Station into a distinct, vibrant mixed-use area, characterised by its unique industrial heritage and its location on the waterfront.

There will be around 9000 new residential units at the former site of Keppel Club; 6000 HDB flats and 3,000 private apartments, which are set to be built starting in 2025. Singaporeans are especially keen as some of the estimated 9,000 units of housing will be BTO flat.

Keppel Club To Be Redeveloped Into 9000 Residential Hdb Flat And Private Homes For Greater Southern Waterfront Project

Source: The Business Times

National Development Minister Desmond Lee has announced the first BTO projects for this cluster will start in the next three years. When launched, the BTO projects will start to transform GSW into the Mega-Waterfront of Singapore’s South Coast.

It will form part of a waterfront corridor, aiming to connect Singapore’s heritage assets and distinctive waterfront-scape.

Offering a distinctive waterfront experience with a connection to nature, approximately 20% of the parcel, roughly the size of 18 football fields, will be dedicated for parks and open space.

The new three Circle Line MRT stations, Keppel Club, Cantonment, and Prince Edward Road, will be located right at the centre of Greater Southern Waterfront.

Future residents will be served by Labrador Park and Telok Blangah Road MRT stations via Circle Line, which will connect with the Keppel Club site through pedestrian walkways.

Commuters will enjoy faster connections from areas like Kent Ridge and Haw Par Villa to existing CBDs and Downtown Marina Bay areas. The existing CBD and Marina Bay will be extended in order to attract more international businesses into Singapore.

To jumpstart Singapore’s Great South Waterfront, the prime land will be cleared for redevelopment once PSA relocates its urban terminals in Tanjong Pagar, Keppel, and Pulau Brani to Tuas by 2027, followed by Pasir Panjang Terminal by 2040.

With this, Tanjong Pagar and Pasir Panjang will open up to a unique live-work-play concept along the waterfront. It is anybody’s guess as to what Pasir Panjang will be, but if the winning entry in an idea contest is any indication, sustainable and natural is a key theme, and the area is set to become a nature-centric mixed-use area, with residential, lifestyle, and retail functions woven in alongside parks, water features, and recreation facilities.

Along the linear promenade along the riverfront, a new Pasir Panjang linear park would link the West Coast Park to Labrador Park, while also offering park users an up-close view of the working port and power districts of Pasir Panjang.


Experience Urban Connectivity

Tmw Maxwell Cbd Connectivity Map

Source: Ura

Unforgettable Culinary Experience

We think chilling and enjoying a meal with comfort and style is at the top of the list for a residents of Newport Residences. At any given time, Tanjong Pagar caters for a lot of wants. This enclave does not just set the trend, it sets the tempo with its cultural vigour, serving as a recreational oasis of fun and games.

It is filled with sidewalk coffee shops, fine-dining restaurants, rooftop eateries, shopping centers and boutique stores, food courts, markets, clubs and bars, outdoor performing spaces, pedestrian paths, gardens parks, all of which rival any other place in our metropolis. Imagine all of this on your own back yard.

  • 2 minutes walk, Tanjong Pagar Plaza
  • 2 minutes walk, Icon Village
  • 7 minutes walk, Shake Shack Tanjong Pagar
  • 10 minutes walk, Maxwell Food Centre
  • 2 minutes drive, Amoy Street Food Centre
  • 3 minutes drive, Lau Pa Sat
  • 4 minutes drive, Ann Siang Hill
  • 4 minutes drive, Chinatown Point
  • 6 minutes drive, CHIJMES
  • 7 minutes drive, Clarke Quay
  • 8 minutes drive, Satay by the Bay


  • 5 minutes drive, Gardens by the Bay
  • 7 minutes drive, Mount Faber Park
  • 7 minutes drive, Singapore Flyer
  • 13 minutes drive, Marina Bay Golf Course


  • 2 minute walk, 100 AM
  • 6 minutes drive, Great World City
  • 6 minutes drive, Marina Bay Sands
  • 6 minutes drive, Millenia Walk
  • 6 minutes drive, VivoCity
  • 8 minutes drive, ION Orchard
  • 8 minutes drive, Plaza Singapura
Tmw Maxwell Cbd Map

Source: Ura


Newport Residences dwells in the hive of Singapore’s finest cultural and historical offerings. It is after all the first neighbourhood in Singapore to be placed under the government’s conservation plan.

Restored and preserved, many of its conservation shophouses stand as architectural witnesses to the site’s dynamism, then as a fishing village and now a booming business and commercial node.

Everything is here for a reason – you. Step in and you’ll discover underfoot an extremely pedestrian-friendly district with peculiar shops, cafes and drinking holes offering an electrifying after-work aura alongside countless skyscrapers.


  • 3 minutes drive > Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum – Tang Dynasty-styled Chinese Buddhist temple
  • 5 minutes drive to National Gallery Singapore – world’s largest public collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian modern art
  • 5 minutes drive to Victoria Theatre & Concert Hall – preserved neo-classical 1905 edifice housing the Singapore Symphony Orchestra
  • 6 minutes drive to ArtScience Museum – where art, science, culture and technology come together for an immersive learning experience
  • 6 minutes drive to National Library – the flagship home of Singapore’s National Library Board and premier resource for published works in the region
  • 7 minutes drive to Singapore Art Museum – home of contemporary art in Southeast Asia


  • Within 1km to Cantonment & CHIJ (Kellock) Primary School
  • 6 minutes drive to Singapore Management University (SMU)
  • 7 minutes drive to Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA)
  • 8 minutes drive to Lasalle College of the Arts (McNally Campus)
  • 10 minutes drive to School of the Arts, Singapore


  • Bukit Merah Secondary School
  • CHIJ St Theresa’s Convent
  • Crescent Girl’s School Gan Eng Seng School
  • Outram Secondary School
  • Queenstown Secondary School

* All travel times are estimates and subject to actual travel conditions.
Source: and

Singapore Night Life


Singapore River has an energetic nightlife scene with a fusion of traditional Chinese culture. Further up the river is Clarke Quay, another popular place for a night out. Clarke Quay and Boat Quay are among the best places in Singapore for you to experience nightlife.

If you are looking to have some drinks, dance the night away, and get an idea about Singapore’s nightlife scene, then look no further than Clarke Quay.

The best places to go to experience the Singapore Nightlife are Club Street, Marina Bay, and Clarke Quay. Whether you are looking to go bar-hopping on Club Street, which runs alongside Chinatown, or to enjoy devilishly good cocktails, which have the best views in Singapore, the adventures are endless.

You might even want to consider bar-hopping Club Street, Ann Siang Hill, Keong Saik Road, and Duxton Hill – the best neighbourhood to experience picturesque, unforgettable drinking spots in Singapore. Heading south, head past the Civic District and Clarke Quay, where you will find Singapore’s trendiest pubs, clubs, and late-night spots.

Sentosa, a resort island of Singapore, has plenty of beach bars that are great for relaxing and simply enjoying the nightlife of Singapore. Singapore’s best destination for the nightlife.

Marina Bay Sands is a must-hit spot for anyone looking to dance the night away with the energising energy created by the famous DJs, eat well in over 80 amazing restaurants, or simply taste some handcrafted cocktails.  One of Singapore’s hottest rooftop bars, CE LA VI is located at the top of the Sands SkyPark, a destination you do not want to miss.

Embrace the Outdoors: Newport Residences and the Rail Corridor

The Rail Corridor Track

The railway which once ran along the Railway Corridor (or the Green Corridor) was the passenger and freight rail which ran from Tanjong Pagar to the south in Malaysia. The Rail Corridor is a 24km walk from Tanjong Pagar to Kranji, northwards.

The Rail Corridor 24Km

The Rail Corridor (Central) is the 4-km section extending from Railway Mart up to Bukit Timah Conservatory railway station, next to King Albert Park MRT Station. The recently opened portion of the Railway Corridor runs between The Rail Mall and King Albert Park, at 4km length.

The Old Bukit Timah railway station, officially the end of the southern section and beginning of the central section of the railway corridor. If you wish to visit Bukit Timah, you can exit the Rail Corridor right after that bridge, and you are only a few hundred metres away from the entrance. There is no longer any signage to signify the Rail Corridor, but just keep walking down on the left hand side of the road into Kampong Bahru.

Rail Corridor South Map

Source: Nparks

If you have the time and energy, you can even go beyond the Rail Corridor to check out other places like Dairy Farm Nature Park, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, and Hindhede Nature Park.

For those looking for other pockets of nature within urban Singapore can visit the Bukit Timah Railway Corridor, that offers visitors a new space to explore nature in urban Singapore.

If you like this section of the Green Corridor, try the other sections like Rail Corridor North, Rail Corridor Central, Rail Corridor South from Holland Road at Bukit Batok, and the Railway Corridor at Tanglin Halt and Wessex Estate.

A swath of native forests has also been restored to this region, by clearing out non-native plant species (which have grown over the years through a process of natural vegetation) and planting more than 1500 native trees and shrubs along the railway corridor (such as Redwood and Tampines trees) to give access, habitat, and food sources for the native fauna.

Highlights include the restoration of the former quarries to serve as freshwater habitat, improved hiking trails, and wildlife habitat improvements.

Step into Convenience with Prince Edward MRT Just 2 Minutes Away

The Circle Line Extension (CLE) is a new extension of Singapore’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) Circle Line. The extension is designed to connect Marina Bay, the Central Business District (CBD), and residential areas in the east and north of Singapore. The CLE comprises three stations: Keppel, Cantonment, and Prince Edward.

Circle Line Extension

Source: Lta

The CLE will provide greater accessibility and convenience for commuters traveling to the CBD, Marina Bay, and the eastern and northeastern parts of Singapore. The new stations are also located in areas with significant developments, including the Greater Southern Waterfront and the upcoming Maxwell area.

Circle Line Map Prince Edward Station

Source: Lta

The CLE is expected to improve connectivity, reduce commuting time, and support the growth and development of these areas. The project is part of Singapore’s ongoing efforts to enhance its public transportation infrastructure and promote sustainable urban development. The CLE is scheduled to open in 2025.



What is the monthly maintenance fees for Newport Residences?

Unit Type Number of Units Size (Sqft) Maintenance Fees Guide Price
1-bedroom 86 431-495 Coming Soon Coming Soon
1-bedroom + Study 22 581
2-bedroom 24 646-753
2-bedroom Premium 30 689-710
2-bedroom Premium + Study 33 818-926
3-bedroom 7 980
3-bedroom Premium 15 1206
3-bedroom Premium + Study 10 1227
4-bedroom Premium 18 2067
Super Penthouse 1 12,960

What are the breakdown of unit types at Newport Residences?

Unit Type Number of Units Size (Sqft) Maintenance Fees Guide Price
1-bedroom 86 431-495 Coming Soon Coming Soon
1-bedroom + Study 22 581
2-bedroom 24 646-753
2-bedroom Premium 30 689-710
2-bedroom Premium + Study 33 818-926
3-bedroom 7 980
3-bedroom Premium 15 1206
3-bedroom Premium + Study 10 1227
4-bedroom Premium 18 2067
Super Penthouse 1 12,960

What is the PSF for Newport Residences?

The PSF is to be announced.

What is the closest MRT Station to Newport Residences?

Newport Residences is 2-10mins walk to Tanjong Pagar, Prince Edward and Maxwell MRT.

What is the building height of Newport Residences?

Newport Residences will have building height of 47 storeys.

How many blocks does Newport Residences have?

Newport Residences will have 1 tower block consisting of Newport Tower, Newport Plaza and Newport Residences

What is the postal code of Newport Residences?

The postal code of Newport Residences is 079907.

Where to get floor plans for Newport Residences?

The floor plans can be found in the Floor Plan section.

Where can I find the Newport Residences site plan?

You can view in the Site Plan section.


  • 1 to 4-bedroom Freehold residences from Levels 23 to 45
  • Likely the One & Only Freehold new launch in the CBD
  • Elevated facilities within the development
  • Integrated with serviced residences, Grade A office space and retail shops
  • 3 mins walk to Tanjong Pagar & Prince Edward MRT
  • 3-8mins walk to East-West, Thomson East-Coast, Downtown & Circle Line MRT Stations
  • At the forefront of the Greater Southern Waterfront (GSW) project

City Developments Ltd is expected to launch the 47-storey mixed-use tower, into a mixed-use integrated development that features serviced apartments, office spaces, and retail shops soon.  With Japanese principal architectural firm Nikken Sekkei, bringing 120years of achievements across diverse fields of professional expertise worldwide, Newport Residences will be an iconic architecture that embodies people with nature.

The former port area at Tanjong Pagar will become a highly attractive and dynamic area when completed, which should increase the value of the surrounding area.  Newport Residences, with 246 residential units in the floor plan, with lush landscaping throughout the development, blending in with the precincts setting.

If you are looking for Freehold investment property in the CBD, Newport Residences will be worth considering.